How To Take Care Of Your Skin 2022


Responding to a world where bacteria and germs are strictly not welcome, the antibacterial beauty boom means big things for optimizing skin health. With more emphasis on having a solid skincare 
regime than ever , there is cause for concern for those who suffer with skin problems when you over-do it on the product front. Here, we break down a clean beauty regime and key ingredients that should be on your radar.
Supply and command
You’ve got to hand it to the beauty industry. It’s certainly capable of listening to what the people want when it comes to the products we use on a daily basis, whether it’s a cruelty-free SPF or multipurpose treatments that mean more bang for your buck. This time, it’s all about having your products work in harmony with your skin, leading to a less-is-more approach, but why are more brands heading this way? “They’re becoming more aware of toxins and how harmful they are to your skin, as they’ve been linked to many side effects, such as rosacea, psoriasis, eczema and pigmentation.
Take a clean cut
Ever tried doing skincare and your skin simply doesn’t care? This could be due to overbearing your skin with a multitude of products and as a result, leaving it stripped and irritated. Antibacterial and antimicrobial beauty aims to fight infections and balance your skin’s microbiome. “We use antibacterial ingredients to create a hostile environment as a way of destroying or inhibiting the growth of bacteria,” says Sarah-Jayne. “Antimicrobials, on the other hand, destroy or inhibit the growth of all microorganisms, including bacteria, fungi and viruses, which can eradicate a number of skin issues and acne symptoms.” She says that by keeping your skin’s natural balance in check, the results can be seen pretty sharpish. “By yielding off infection from germs, you strengthen your skin’s most important protective mechanisms and the outermost layer, known as the acid mantel. This layer is one of your skin’s most important protective and defensive layers, and when it’s happy the benefits can be felt immediately. The effect calms and restores comfort and balance to your skin, while reducing redness in the long term.”
Balance Things
OK, so a balanced skin microbiome can lead to a healthy, glowing complexion – so far, so straightforward. But, this doesn’t mean racing to the bathroom and scrubbing your face like it’s going out of fashion. Professional make-up artists says it’s possible for your skin to be too clean and overuse of certain ingredients can be counterproductive. “Using antibacterial beauty products alone won’t keep your skin clean or germ-free, and you should still be adding hydration and protection to your skin’s barrier,” she explains. In terms of knowing what to swerve on the shelves.
Make your skin glow
While a clean beauty regime may look different for everyone, the good news is there are some essential ingredients to keep an eye open for, most of them deriving from oils and acids “Common skincare ingredients that are found with antimicrobial properties are tea tree oil, benzoyl peroxide, rosehip oil, witch hazel, sodium hypochlorite and phosphorus acid. They all work similarly to protect your skin from daily external pollutants and impurities, which helps to prevent and reduce breakouts.” Again though, some oils should be approached with caution, as some can inflame the skin. “Lavender and tea tree both work topically and are the most sought for ingredients in skincare properties. They’re antibacterial, antiviral and help with fungi and inflammation in your skin. Tea tree has great antibacterial properties that help to clean the skin too.

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